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pets talk: He’s Ugly

Happy 2016! We wish every person and animal a great year.

ChoCho the Poodle obviously didn’t know that he was taken here to speak. He thought Miss Dolito was a vet. So his first words was: “I don’t need to see a vet.” It’s common. Many pet owners forgot to tell their little family member who Miss Dolito is and what she’s capable of.

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pets talk: Not Cool

Wolfie the Chow Chow entered the consulting room panting. He sat behind the owner, and we started to wait for his talk.

Wolfie: It’s hot.

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pets talk: I’m Fine with It

Dazy the Yorkshire followed his owner into Miss Dolito’s consultation room.

As soon as the girl took a seat, Dazy told Miss Dolito, “My mom isn’t here.”

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pets talk: It Was Just A Warning

Apa the smooth-haired Dachshund was brought to Miss Dolito. His owner was eager to know what was on his mind because he had caused much trouble.

And when Miss Dolito went close to them, he immediately warned her, “I bite. It’s my nature. Don’t mess with me.”

So we knew what kind of trouble Apa had caused.

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pets talk: We’re A Team

A girl took her dog, Howdie the Mixed dog by scooter to Miss Dolito’s consultation room. Howdie was medium-size, and wore a friendly smile. We could tell that he was honest and prudent even before he started talking. And we were right.

Howdie’s first words were: “The other four are absent. Why don’t you take them here? We’re a team.”

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pets talk: I Can’t Sleep Well

A lot of people have trouble sleeping nowadays, myself included; but only few know that animals can have this problem as well. We usually consider animals, especially pets, carefree and happy that there’s no reason they would suffer from insomnia. While the fact is, animals do have the same kind of problems, ESPECIALLY pets. Pets are so close to human that they share our daily emotion. When we’re happy, they’re happy; when we’re frustrated, chances are they feel the same way as we do.

Many owners brought their unhappy pets to Miss Dolito trying to figure out why they’re unhappy only to find out that they were the reason that made the pets sad. People who suffered from depressions would have an influence on their pets. So if we want our pets to be happy, remember that we should be happy in the first place.

Xiao-Xiao the Yorkshire terrier also had problem sleeping. Luckily, his situation was not that serious as said below.

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pets talk: I Was Threatened

A young girl brought Pi-Pi the English Bulldog to visit Miss Dolito. Pi-Pi couldn’t stop licking Miss Dolito’s hand; he was really adorable.

We waited for him to start. Just when the girl began to show signs of anxiety, Pi-Pi said, “My mom kept asking me to talk.”

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pets talk: Then Don’t Listen

There are a lot of things going on in Taiwan just like many other countries. I really hope this can end more peacefully. God bless Taiwan.

The story I’m going to share today is very short and I’m not sure if I have shared similar stories before. We started the blog (in Mandarin) a few years ago and with more stories shared, pet owners know more about how to get their pets talk. So it’s actually pretty rare to us that the owners who bring their pets to Miss Dolito still don’t believe their pets can talk.

But this, the story I’m about to share, belongs to this kind.

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pets talk: Not My Problem

One of my friends reminded me that I still have a lot of pet stories to share; Miss Dolito started the pet consultation five years ago after all. So I think it’s better to share some old stories sometimes.

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His name is Niu-Niu, and he actually had his appearance on this blog before, only that he didn’t talk at that time. If you read this article, you’ll see his pictures in the last part. And you can only see his whole face in the older article, because when his owner brought him to Miss Dolito for the second time, he wasn’t very happy.

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pets talk: I Love Dad More

BOBO the American Short Hair cat sat in the carriage elegantly, looking at us.

He hesitated for a while before he told Miss Dolito, “She often yells at me. I’m scared.” That was referring to his mom, who brought him to us that day.

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